1) Some topics lead to links to Web sites. Other topics lead to sub-topics. The business topic, for example, is broken into several sub-topics. Topics that lead to links to sites include the word "site" in their descriptions. Topics that contain sub-topics do not.
2) Lists are generally alphabetized, but there are exceptions. Some consideration is given to subject. For example, a page devoted to a browser extension may list the developerís home page first, even though not first alphabetically.
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